I am a Malawian pathologist who leads the Kamuzu Central Hospital (KCH) Pathology Laboratory, a collaboration between the Malawi Ministry of Health and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The laboratory is the sole provider of diagnostic pathology services to the northern and central regions of Malawi and serves approximately half of the 18 million population of Malawi. In addition to clinical service, the laboratory also supports various cancer and non-cancer research projects. I have experience in tissue diagnosis from various body sites including infectious disease and placental pathology. I am jointly appointed as adjunct faculty at the University of Malawi College of Medicine (COM) and the University of North Carolina. I am a certified pathologist for the UNC Project Malawi and support studies on cervical cancer, Kaposi sarcoma, breast cancer and lymphoma in Malawi and Sub Saharan Africa. I am also the principal laboratory collaborator in Malawi for immunophenotyping and molecular profiling studies of HIV and HIV- lymphoproliferative disease in Malawi, including RNA and whole exome sequencing, supported by the United States National Cancer Institute through the Malawi Cancer Consortium. I am the principal investigator for a prospective observational breast cancer clinical cohort study in Lilongwe initiated in December 2016 with support from the UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center and have interests focused on the molecular characterization of breast cancer in sub-Saharan Africa.